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the world renowned manufacturer in France, Papo
presents the Pteranodon figure. This figure is sturdy enough to hold
up to child's play, yet it bears all the detailed realism of a
hundred-dollar sculpture. One of the most famous pterosaurs, the
Pteranodon is not actually a dinosaur, but lived during the same era.
The Pteranodon is believed to have glided on currents of warm air,
snatching small fish from the water with its spear-like beak. The
figure is in mint condition, still in its original protective bag and
signature display as seen in the film Jurassic Park III This figure is based on the sculpt of the
Jurassic Park Pteranodon, yet it looks far better than any of the
original Jurassic Park toys. The Pteranodon's first appearance in a
Jurassic Park film was during the final sequence of The Lost World. It
later starred in its own action sequence in Jurassic Park 3, fighting
ferociously with powerful talons and a toothed beak - though the real
specimen had a toothless beak, and is generally believed to be incapable
of sustained powered flight. This scene was based on the aviary attack
that occurred in the original Jurassic Park novel. The Pteranodons
also appeared in the final sequence of the third film, flying free of
their aviary and possibly heading toward human civilization.9.9 x
5.4 x 2.4 inches ; 4 ounces
products sold at Dan's Dinosaurs, this item is brand new and in mint
condition. It is protected within its original packaging and bears the signature display tags.
Stated shipping applies to US only. Final invoice will reflect international shipping fees if applicable.
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Pteranodon Jurassic Park (not A Dinosaur) By Papo: $17